Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore East on 1970-02-11
01 Intro by Keeva Krystal > Not Fade Away
02 Cumberland Blues
03 Cold Rain and Snow
04 High Time
05 Me and My Uncle
01 Dark Star >
02 Spanish Jam >
03 Turn on Your Lovelight
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Encore: Uncle John's Band (Acoustic)
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Fillmore EastLocation New York , NYSource Unknown Mics > ReelLineage MAR > ? > R @ 3 @ ips. > AKAI GX 625 > Apogee Mini Me(24/96) >Apogee MiniDac(monitoring/mastering) > Wavelab 5.0(dithered to 16/44 via Apogee) > CD > EAC > WAV (TLH confirms no sbes) > FLAC (TLH)Transferred by Matt Smith
--- taper unknown ... AUD reel courtesy of Don Wolfe
--- mastered to CD by Matt Smith
Huge thanks go to Matt Smith for this wonderful Don Wolfe source, and his masterful transfer work!!!
Uncle John's Band is missing
May 11, 2013
Duane n Jerry
Duane is definitely playing in Dark Star, he really starts to dig in more n more around 6 or 7 mins into it. This is a great quality aud recording for this year. Great show too. When I give a rating its not based on every possibility of how good a show can sound and how well played it was. I rate each one on based on circumstance, for 1970, this is a great, totally listenable audience recording, the setlist is great and the jamming is inspired and interactive
January 24, 2011
which versions are the best of these available
Great to see this in a fuller version than the one i had for years
Just read about it again in Lesh's book.
Question- which versions ( Aud and Board, one of each, of course) of these available should be downloaded, is there a consensus?
February 13, 2010
The advantage of this audience source is that it reflects the house sound. Peter Green is way to low in the soundboard mix - and its clear why. His stage volume is smoking. It is too cool to hear him and Jerry dueling. Dark Star > Spanish Jam is the highlight. Great great stuff!
December 2, 2009
I've ever considered 2-11-1970 the show of my life: the three best guitarists of my personal list (Peter Green, Jerry Garcia, Duane Allman)...togheter! Thanks to the kindness of a Deadhead I obtained a copy some years ago. But for the first time I can listen clearly to that wall of sound distinguishing Peter from Jerry. And I'm now sure that also Danny Kirwan was of the party (you can recognize him from the unique vibrato).
Chronological note (a personal one, of course): in 1970 Peter and Jarry had yet many years of music experience. Meanwhile, I believe that Duane was still exploring his style, that would have achieved the higher point the next year.
Thanks again Max!
June 3, 2009
Well Documented Show
Thanx Matt. This is an upgrade over my previous aud. Sound gets better, though it does change at times. I finally have this show complete as I combined it with a source for Uncle John's. I am playing Not Fade and Cumberland on my radio show this week. Peace